Since the present economic downturn, a lot of British holidaymakers have downgraded their regular holiday from luxurious beaches overseas, to the more low priced, however quintessentially British caravan family vacation. Competitively priced, fun, flexible – vacationing in a caravan or alternatively mobile home will allow you to enjoy the spectacular outdoor of Britain ( as well as mainland Europe ) without breaking the bank. The flexibility of a mobile home holiday break is notably attractive to the budgeting household. When you get bored with one region, it is easy to simply fold in the awning, up sticks and make your way to another area. And basing your vacation from a caravan always allows you to live it up in a villa for one or two nights should you so wish.
There’s a lot of caravan parks in England, providing both static mobile homes and parking pitches for touring caravans. Take a look at the Park Resorts website to discover a range of caravan holiday ideas. And if you’re ready to agree to a long-term future as an owner, you’ll also find a good choice of caravans available to buy.
So, to provide you with some great ideas for your first caravan adventure, here are a few choice locales around Britain’s stunning south…
Finlake, on the fringes of Dartmoor National Park, is comprised of a hundred acres of Devon’s gorgeous countryside. Use of literally miles of woods gives you that bit nearer to Britain’s varied wildlife. Finlake is additionally very near to a range of wonderful beaches and leisure facilities. There are a variety of lodges and holiday homes in order to relax in a bit more space and style, and there’s enough caravan space too.
Devon Hills, formerly often known as Paignton Holiday Park, is naturally a relaxing, rejuvenating area for a family holiday or perhaps even a romantic break. Located near the Torbay coast, Devon Hills is set spectaculaly in over 60 acres of parkland and, again, lodges and caravans are provided.
Bossiney Bay in Cornwall is a great spot, surrounded on many sides by lush green countryside. Not far away from some fantastic beaches, it’s actually a real gateway to the best that Britain offers.
Boasting extraordinary views and a family-centric vibe, Praa Sands in Cornwall is naturally a well-known spot for seasoned caravanners. A golf course, leisure complex and swimming pool are among the facilities provided to keep you and yours pleased for a long stay.
Sandy beaches, crystal clear sea, sunny summer as it should be. That´s Cornwall. Amazing history of St Michael’s Mount, famous Minack Theatre and vibrant Penzance. Wild Cornish coastline, remote Land’s End. All wrapped up in beautiful Cornwall. Who could resist! We love Cornwall and we want you to enjoy your holidays there… so here are our tips where to go, what to see and where to stay, recommended restaurants and more. We hope you will find it helpful: http://www.mintytrips.co.uk/cornwall.html
Martello Beach on the south-east coast has become another resort that could boast perfect leisure facilities, not least a gym and heated swimming pool. Acres of perfectly maintained land makes for some great exploring – and you can hardly be disappointed with the sea views when you do!
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